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RAM change for intel to AMD transfer

Hey so I'm planning on upgrading my PC from an intel i3 7th gen (b250M motherboard) to a Ryzen 5 (b450 Motherboard), and a mate of mine said that i need to change the RAM or see if it is compatible with the motherboard im buying. Is there any truth to this?

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It will most likely work but not optimally unless you overspecced the memory originally. depending on the CPU you are targeting you will most likely want 3200 to 3600 Mhz memory. Initially I would say see if it works unless you can easily budget for some faster memory off the bat.

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the ram most likely works with ryzen pc

but i suggest to change it anyway

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12 minutes ago, Gadreel said:

Hey so I'm planning on upgrading my PC from an intel i3 7th gen (b250M motherboard) to a Ryzen 5 (b450 Motherboard), and a mate of mine said that i need to change the RAM or see if it is compatible with the motherboard im buying. Is there any truth to this?

what is the ram, capacity and speed?

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It may not run thr XMP profile, but DDR4 is DDR4 and it will.work as long as you dobt mind the speed

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